Network testing

  • 03-Sep-2008 01:00 EDT

CANoe.IP from Vector extends the development and test tool CANoe by adding specific functions for embedded Ethernet systems, making it suitable for use in systems with different networks such as CAN and Ethernet. The tool also supports development of CAN tunneling, where developers can receive and send CAN messages from mobile or difficult-to-access CAN bus systems. Option IP for CANoe is a flexible extension for simulating, analyzing, and testing, and its range of use extends to address requirements including Car2x or remote diagnostics. Features include simple integration of OEM-specific protocols; a focus on data content for simplified handling and improved efficiency; and single tool measuring of gateway throughput times and gateway simulation for vehicle diagnostics. Applications include field testing of agricultural and construction equipment, remote control of engine test benches, and crash test observations.

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